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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894062601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. vfl'pipwi'flKfflK HPJIM) WIWW mwwimwwmmm1 mwjtwmumwmt '' Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxii. School Matters Continued. (Te the I'.ditorof Interior Journal ) Under tlio now regime "it is not lawful for a board of trustors to employ ft teach- er before the llrwt of July ol tho oalentiun year in which the echonl l to bfiu. Nor can any teacher bo leiriilly employed until after the election ami .luullflefltion of the now board of trustee. The eon- tract Bball bo iu writing; bIuuimI by the teacher and at loast two ol tin trutUiss " following the above cited school law it will save teachers much iinoiHymtH ami nnd truBtot'H much inconvenient sometimes boiuu annoyance, Our truflteeH election now being over CRAB ORCHARD. Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. JUNE 26. 1894 NO.34- Mis. Kinily Hardin, wife of Mr. M. Mr. A. H. HhhUii Iuib tint contract I). Hardin, of Monticello, and mother of for building the now pchool house at Mr. Mark Hardin, of this place, died Sat Watts' chnpul. urday night after n Bhort illneHj. Her -(- .luefts aiooomiiitf in rapiilly at the maiilfn name was Worsham bIih wab Spring. This weather to enough to born (J I yimra ago in Wayne and county. She hon,j ti,om, jt H refreshing to just look was tin- - mother of 12 children, all save t th Spring grounds wilh the beauti-B- y three or four surviving her. With her fui Hhnde. husband nlie recently made a visit to her The Stanford H ller Mill Oonquny son hervnnd siwiuimI to enjoy the chango bouulit a ear load of old whont of Mr. vcry much. She was an oxceiluut, chrisMack Holmes. Some of our farmerB tian worn in and won by a faithful life an feeding their old wheat to tho crown Bvie will wear j who nnd the destiny o! many teachera llxed til0 j,0Krt flny tlltty fw,iM ,ore on the Her liUHtMiid, who is 81. ami her devotfor the next school year, let ub hope not wheat by doing tins, ed children have the loving sympithy of j been selected j j w. Dillion iiouulit of Oils Lx State Senator S. Xowatnl a horse for $100. to drive to her at Louisville, aged 4S . t)UAMrs. plH-lon- DEATH'S DOIHCS. K. Hnglish MATRIMONJALMATTERS. Y. died jury gave Lena Leiso a verdict for $10,000 against John C. Myers for breach A CUMBERLAND : FALLS . H9TLL, of promise, at Lexington, Mo. in vain that men have -- Harvest has begun and farmers are practical in their dealings with ,,orl vcry KOO(j cro,w i;i,onj nr jney ntui men and measures. That men have Kfank begun a protracted meeting at the been elected who will identify them-- 1 Chriatinn cliurrli Friday niulit, wo hope Helves with the common school, they will get up n true revival of there-count- y men, who, by far bad rather have Kon 0f (Joii ,irit,K their stay, good schools than inferior once. Mcuj Mrs. V. A. U.azloy, who has been who will wo that thopo for whom the HC.rIoualy ill dtirinK the past week is school system has been inangura-- 1 proving slowly. Miss Lorena and Alice ted and ia being perpetuated get the full Hardin wo regret to say are both serious bem-fltof the name. Men wlio will see iv 111 nL,ai., not Ht0 t0 Bit ,,,, There are that the teacher is not only well equip- quite a number of persons in town who ped for the profession of teaching, but In are slightly indisposed. It seems that willing to work as well. Men who will the i'ot weather does not agree with us see that the teacher Is furnWied a com at tills point. The many friends of Mrs. fortnble school room, well equipped with I). II. Kdmiston will be delighted to such appliances, not merely such bh law know she in again able to ride out. Can demaud, but as necessity demands anyone tell us what it is in .Stanford that When the people (who aro the eover is so attractive to Joe Brooks? lie has eJgnsMletermlne to do that thing, then business there every few days. and not till then, will our public school Mr, Doll Held, of Loudon, spent Sat- occupy mat piano 01 excellence wiucii juriUr nIl,i Sunday with Mr. Holdain they justly deserve While Kentucky is j.. J, M wm in.,,.,,. iuul children fast forging to the front educationally of .Somerset, are visiting Mrs. Khoda from a legislative and administrative Higgins and family. Mr. Warren Wood, standpoint, there is yet lacking one very of Lebanon, 0 , is a guest of Miss Leah important factor In the completion of the Sieger. Mist Hattie Buchanan went to system, and that Is the want of general in- Knoxville, Thursday night to visit her terest by the masses. There Is no enne sisters, Mrs. John Henry and Miss Llllias man who has had anything to do with Htiehanan. Dr. Brown Oldham, of Madmen or methods, but knonH Hint "a ison county, is visiting Miss Mary head of atfalre simply" without the coat her home on Cedar Creek. Mies operation ol the "holy" will fall far Roberts, of Gum fculphur, is visiting abort of ellectivo work iu any Md of Mrs. A. II. Bastiu. Miss Birdie Martin, ... I... at I. ll.l ..nlltt.ttl i.t.ittn upunmuu. tu.i ,......., q( Mnrtaljlr . aml MM McCIure, oreducU.onal. It seem, to the writer q Ml. Vurnon, are being entertained bv . that where local taxation ailed almost every man in tne Male more or iet tin lion returned from Junction City Saturder recent legislation, that eae'i and day, accompanied by Master William every oue ol us will naturally feel a per- - Burke, who comes to visit his grand parsonai interest in getting souiethiug like, ents. fair returns for the money spent, We Kentucky CiiAtTArui'A. A rich feast have as I said iu a former communication nearly 0,000 children in Lincoln is otl'ered all Chautauquans and their county, between the age of six and 20, friends In the program for the ISO I meetol which about 00 per cent, aro in school ing of the Kentucky Chautauqua at at sometime during the tive months' ses- Woodland I'ark, Lexington, which takes sion, while the general average is little pUce July 3rd to 13th, inclusive. The over 30 per cent. There is at least SO per Queen t Cresent Boute, Kentucky's cent, of all the children in the county Blue Grass trunk line, has inaugurated that must depsnd upon the common. a series n( low rates from all stations on .. . n.t BSliools lor an education, men is it not Its Cincinnati Southern and Louisville clear that since so large a proportion of ss0ullac?rn Iivisio in Kentucky Such our future citizenship mtiBt be educated lecturers and entertainers na tho great iu the public schools, wo should exercise j J0stpii Oook, of Boston, Bob muuieiiiiigence in uriugtng nuotu iubi Taylor, Prof. Chas. Lane. Geo W, Bain; citizenship that will be thoroughly com- (Jen. J. B. Gordon and others, will take petent to battle with tho vexatious prob- part in the exercises. Great attraction lems of government, as well as have on July 4th. Ask Q. A C. or L. S. It. It. them well versed In such lore as will agents for full information. W. C. promote and edticated.'and intelligent citG. P. A., Cincinnati, Mc. izenship. Charles Johnnon, of Hannibal, Mo., Speaking of the railroad commission has invented patent hen's nest. When and McChord's reply to the Financial the lion approaches the nest a wicket Chronicle, the Louisville Tost, door gently opens, and after she passes report on the legal limitation on iu it closes, and the hen has private railroad rates embodied nil the exploded apartments all to herself. The egg of its follioa of the past L'O years. Their rec- own weight opens a trap door and rolls ommendations were contrary to all that noiselessly out of eight. Then when tho experience bas taught us withiu that j i,en arises, puts her hantla in tier potikets period. The policy they advocated is and gets ready to walk out, not seeing neither just nor practical; accords neith- the egg, thinks she has made mistake er with our constitutional principles nor and lays another This sort of thing is with our commeicial necessities. Should repeated until the heft of the chicken any Legislature unfortunately bo brought buds in the box below touches oil a recto adopt these crude, spring and Biddy is fired out oi the ommendations thev would bring the de- apartmeut. Kxchaiigo. velopment of the State to a standstill! Ashland, Wis. The famous retreat in nnd work irreparable injury, not so much to the railroads as to the community northern Wisconsin located on the Wis consin Central Lines at the head of the served by these roads." Chequamegon Bay is a most desirable spot for one to spend a summer outing, They talk about a woman's splie re, surrounded as it is by tho beautiful As though it had a limit, Apostle Islands. Little need bo said of There's not n placo iu earth or heaven, its scenic beauty and health giving qualThere's not a task to mankind given, ities. This place should not be overThere's not a blessing or n woe, looked by those figuring on resort for There's not a whisper, yeB or no, their next summer's vacation. The tour There's not n life, a death, a birth, ist will find excellent fishing and boating That has a feather's weight or worth, at this point, and good hotel accommoWithout a woman iu it! dations at very reasonable rates. For Kate Field. further particulars, maps, time tables, and guide books apply to Jas. C. Pond, S Genl, Passr. Agt., Milwaukee, Wis. Ime two little grand chlldtcn who are re-w( j t; , im-publ- s ' Iriendsin many counties. News of the death of Col. C. II. Rochester, a former citizen of this placo, ban jiiBt reached here. It occurred at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. J. it Gudgell, at Independence, Mo. was horn in Boyle county about 77 years ago of wealthy parents who gave him overy educational advantage, which he fully embraced. Ho was a mBii of the highest honor and a perfect Chesterfield iu manners. Twice married, his last wife who was a Mies Cald well, survives him, with live children, Mrs. Gudgell and Mtssrs. G. A. C, Jun ins, Richmond nnd Percy Rochester Several children of the first marriage aro also living, nmong them Capt. i;. T. Rochester, who recently moved to Texas. The colonel was a Presbyterian of the stralghtest sect and lived and died firm in the faith. Many friends hero will learn of his death with sorrow and sympathize with thoco more deeply affected by if. K. New-lan- d ... ....... Lit I i iu-ssi- o j ... Ex-Go- v. ltine-eureo- Bays"-"Thei- r 11 11 1 teMh-Iii- with bowel complaint. I Rive them Chamberlaln'i Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemeiljr anil it acta like a chntm. I earnestly recommend It for children with bowel trouble. I wa myself taken .,!(, (veina laeV of bloodv flux, with cramt oi a liotUe of and iialna in my itomach. thU remedy cured me Withiu 34 hours I wasout . u. ol bed atitl uoiog my nome wur. mi.. Hickman Co., Teun. 1'or DuncaD. tale by Dr. S. G. Mocker, Druggist, fctanlord. one-thir- d Ilon-aiiu- thlt hut summer either and are troubled The best salve in the world lor cuts, bruiseit chap ores, ulcers, salt rheum, fover sorea, ... -" ped nanus, cnuoiiu, positively cures pilea, or no pay requirIt ed. It U guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction I'rico S fents per boa. or money retunded For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanlord. Ky. Duciiln'aArnlca Salve. Learned men tell us that in Latin the A wretch convicted of having assassiword "editor" means "to eat." In the United States it means to scratch around nated his fattier and mother when asked like blaze to get something to eat. Liv- if he had anything to say before the ing Issue. sentence of death was pronounced upon him, piteously exclaimed, "I hope the court will have mercy ou a poor o m H. Allen, eon of the proprietor of tho Merchants' Hotel, at St. Paul, and Lulu Leyde, a woman with whom bo had been living, have been arrested for the murder of J. II. Clapp, a traveling salesman, who was stabbed to death Saturday night by Allen, ussisted, it is alleged, by tho woman. An ida of the cost of strikes and riots is shown by the emergency appropriation of jI.'jO.OOO to defray the expense of Mate troops called into service by the strike in Ohio. Tho largo sum, however, represents only a small part of the total cost of the strike to the citizens of the State. In 1M)3 there were 17,000,000 sheep in the United Stntes; about h of these were in the State of Ohio; Texas, Oregon, and California figured next. The wool produce ol the world was 2,450,773, 000 pounds; of this the United States produced The once brilliant Theodore Tilton ia now living in a garret, forgotten by friends, forsaken by admirers, eking out au cxicteuce lighted by no hope, hnun-te- d by memories of a past bright with the most magnificent possibilities. The Virginia court of appeals bas finally given Belva A. Lockwood tho . privilege of practicing law in that Lockwood is remembered as the woman who contracted the habit of running for president on her owu hook. The. most heavily insured woman in the United States is the widow of Senator Hearst, of California. The policies on her life aggregate SIOO.OOO. Mrs. K. U. Crocker, of Hlmir.i, probably comes next ,vith $150,000. The mine horror nearl.'CarditT, in Wales, was more disastrous than at first reported. It is believed that the number of dead will reach 250. Only 17 of the men in the initio have been rescued. Whenstung by a bee always remove the sting, which is left iu the woundt and over it eqeeze the;,'juice of a red onion or apply a little hartshorn. Miss Alice Parke, of jNorfolk, O., enjojs the distinction of being tho first woman lawyer to appear in court in her county in behalf of a client. Aluminum is the must abundant metal known. Every clay bank is full ej it. Tho dillieulty is to extract it from other substances. The smallest woman in the world is Mile. Paulina, of Holland. Sho is IS years old, 20 inches high and weighs but nine pounds. A sweet potato weighing-U- j pounds, and a peach that weighs 23 ounces, are California products. In the United States there are 21 law firms iu which tho partners are husband and wife. one-tentuiie-eight- h. Wives come cbeup at Columbus, A resident of that place recently secured one for three cords of wood, South Carolina is tho only State in which no official record of marriage is kept and tho only State that has no divorce laws whatever. -I- saac Wlcklille shot nnd killed Albert Reno nt Princeton. They weie rivals for the aH'oetions of a young lady of the community. Henry Weitrick, of Ashland, O, 00 years old, has just been married for the third time. This lime to his who is only 10 yean old. A couple of children were marriec! at Mt. Silem Sunday. Alonzo Vinson, IS, and M'ws Ida May Buster, 17, were made one, because there was hardly enough of them for two. Mr. Thomas Adams and Mies Katie McGrath, daughter ol Mr. It. A. ol Garrard county, were married last week at the residence of tho bride's father, fioth are below their majority. Mrs. O. S. Neild and Mrs May Adams, of Grays, attended the wedding. A Waukegan, III., woman has married three times ami never changed her mine. Her first husband was named Palmer, her second likewise, and now she has married a nephew of her first husband, by name Palmer. They couldn't palm her ofi on a man by any other namo. Lou. Star. Jcdok Thomas Eastland, of Denver, Col,, was married at Aspen, Col , to Mrs Florence Barkley, of that place, Thursday, June llth. Judge Eastland is the son of Mrs. E. S. Eistland, of Cove Spring, and has mnde Colorado his home for the past 10 years. Advocate. And a brother of our Mr. A. G. Eastland. Wis. step-daughtMc-Grat- ri .w iifw: U... .TT mwjwmssMaBBmsr KS LaBBBlf2rcjfJP9sBBBBBBBBBBBVVra-- .?"' V, 3rVS! l"r 'r'B'- - n y-- 7 , n .c-vj-'! 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State-Mrs- ii.. ti m When When When When Baby wni alclc, we guru her Castor!. sho w aa a Child, aha cried for Castorta. , aho becamo aha clung to Costori. aho had Children, sho gvethem Caatorla. 311-J- We aulhorlie our advertised druggist to sell you for Consumption, Dr. King's New Discovery condition: If you Couchs nnd Colds, upon this with a Cough, Cod or any I.une, are alUutc.l Throat or Chest Trouble andwill use this remedy trial and accordthi' to directions, giving it a fairthe bottle eiponnceno benefit, you may return could not 0 and hae your money refunded. make this offer If we did not know that Dr Kings be relied upon. It never New l)lscoerycould disappoint. Trial bottles free at A. R. Penny a drus store. Large sue 30c and $1. Quarnntood Ouro. time ago I was troubled wilh an attack ol rheumatism. I used Chamberlain's I'ain flalm and was completely cured, lhavesiuce adWscd many of my Mends and customers to try the rem. edy and all speak highly of It. bnuon Goldbaum, San Luis Rey, Cal. For sale by Dr. S. G. Mocker, Druggist. Stanford. Homo "Many of the citizens ol Palimllle. Ind , are never without a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the house," aaya Jacob Drown, the leading merchant of the placo. This Remedy has proven of o much value lor colds, croup and whooping cough in children, that few mother! who kuaw its worth are wiIIIuk: to be without it. Kor ale by Dr S. G, Mocker, Druggist, Stanford. sick headache yields to its influence. We urge all who are atlltcted to procure a bottle and give this remedy a fair trial. In cases ol habitual constipation Electric Hitters cures by giving the tone to the bowels and few coses lone re sist theuse oi this mcdictui. Try it once. Large bottles onlv o cents at A. R. I'enuy's Drug Storo np.-dp- As a remedy for all forms 01 Headache Electric Hitters has proveJ to be the very best. It effects a permanent cure and the most dreaded habitual Ouro for Uoadncho. Slanford Fair, July 19 and 20. X B. Sampson sold to John Tucker For you to select from. a pair ol mules for $180. Lambs are very slow in Madison at :ic. Ewes nre dull at 2 to 2Jc. Mulcahy & Cohen bought in Wood- A nice line of Dry Goods, Notions, Straw Hats. Caps, Fans, Neckford 138 lambs, S2 to So Iba. at 3 to3jc wear, Suspenders Ladies' Vests. Corsets Hose and Shoes. French Sun. Cadies, Cakes, Bananas, Nice Fresh Butter on Ice aid Groceries at Trowbridge A Adams sold to George Low figures for Cash. Drye, of CaBey, 23 hogs averaging 140 pounds, at 4c. William Moreland bought of Col. Undertv-oo127 lambs for June and July S delivery at 4.12J Hud 4c. There are already 430 entries in the stakes of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Association for the fall meeting. Jay Gould, 2:21 1, sire of 24 trotte a and two pacers in the 2:30 list, died at Etna. N. J. He was 32 years old. Sales of 100 lambs at S4.G0 per head and some 1,075-lsteers nt 3 are reported in the Harrodsburg Democrat. K. G. Evans' filly, Maria Zell, is eli '4. gible to start in the S30.000 futurity to be trotted at Lexington this fall. Advocate. We can furnish any grade Bicycle at a price that will The farmers are now, and will be for the next week or so, busy cutting wheat. A better crop is promised than was at first thought. Examine our prices before making order elsewhere. See our Stock. Since ohr last report, Alex Gibbs A Bro., nnd J. A. Doty, this county, have engaged their fat cattle for delivery from the 10th to loth of July, at $4.30. Record. W. D. Sutherland has bought S.000 bushels bluegra6s seed for AugU6t delivery at 30 to 35 cents. Winchester Democrat. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Ramapo won the rich Suburbon Sessioiji Sep. 4, 1894. handicap st Sheephead Bay, with Banquet, Sport, King Lee and. Henry of Full corpt of Cootervatory nad Normal School teaebcri. Superior courses in Literature, Muiic and Navarre in the order named. Art. Excellent hoardla; deptrtrncnt Catalogues and circulars furnlthed oa application. In the Lexington summer trots, there are from 7 to 22 entries July in each event with purees of 300 to $000. The 4th will be the biggest day. Bear in mind the rich stakes for sadFORs dle stallions and saddle mares and nt the Stanford Fair on Thursday uud Friday, July 19 and 20. Write for entry blanks. While in Georgia John II. Miller sold two car loads of mules for Forestus New styles at lowest prices. Call and see. Reid, and one load each for Hon. John Snin Owsley Jr., and Mr. Cecil, of Boyle, at about an average of f 100. An officer of the Southern Pacific The best inside wall finish; cold water process. railroad states that bis company expects to ship 20,000 cars of fruit from CaliforPAINTS Lead, Oil Colors, Mixed Paint, Carriage Paint, Stains nia this season. This is 53 cars n day and Varnishes. Closest prices for, cash. for 303 days in the year, and it is only MEDICINES Prescriptions compounded with care from the best what one road expects to handle. Give us a call. W. B. McRouekts. The Galveston News states that, the drugs and chemicals. first bale of cotton of the crop of 1S94 was received at Saniago, that State, the 19th iust. This breaks the record in Texas, it being more than two weeks earlier than was ever known before. Notwithstanding the shortness of the Prices lower than any one. strawberry crop, 720,000 quarts weie shipped from the littlo town of Greenfield, West Tennessee, this season. The average price was $2 a crate, which amounts to about $00,000 for this one town. See our Spring Stock of "Lucky" Baldwin's Ray el Santa Anita, a 40 to 1 shot, won the American Derby, worth $50,000, in 2:30. Senator Grady was second and Despot third. Domino, one of the favorites, was last, This is the fourth time that Mr. Baldwin's stable has captured the American W. L. Withers, Salesman. Derby. THE BEST I OrOOODS I HAVE JUST RECEIVED J. C. FLORENCE. d ZBicy-cleS- b. SAVE yOTJ GOOD jVEOIsTEir CO. W .H. WEAKEN & Stanford Female College. Next Kevins Tuesday, 4-- 0, MeRoberts' Drug Store, -- geld-iug- WALL FAFIB U 8 o ALABASTI1TE I WE ARE IN IT. Disc Harrows, Geo. W. Brown Cultivators, Corn Planters. Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, and" Farming Implements. B. K. WEAEE1T. f'l 1 frrgke.n tOsrfA ffji . jtiJk.-Jfm A. - 1 ' a frgfr.y,wfr m!fwi&w$ ffiaua I Ik Congressman McCreary la among tho Whilk President Carnot was receiving iter Icirni oil Tntte. invited by Semi-WeekInterior Journal the ovation of an enthusiastic people in prominent democrats organization, Tam"I thought yon told nio you could July Lyons, France, Sunday, on his way to a many to address that whitewash I" cried tho lady in n rage. 1. hon"WlnV yo' call dat, calo'minin?" theatrical performance given in his lloor was on a Six corpses June '26, 1S94 or, a young Italian anarchist, sprang Stanford, Kv., "I don't know what to call it. Looks of n littlo diilerence between Hko n lot of dirty icebergs" from povpr and sent a knife into bis vi tho result dancers at n ball in an Austrian village "Sut inly, mum I Dono axed yo' ef yo' tals, from the effects of which ho died in W. P. WALTON. wnntcd do polah swipo er do linto renot long ago. asa few hours. The police arrested the Senator Blackburn has written a lief, nn yo' said plain. Do bus' iooplo sassin and barely escaped with him from friend that he will notopposo an increase don' hnve no plain wuk, mi's I dono put Arc the low prices which continually picvail with us. Wc arc the mob. The anarchists could not have of democratic; nominees tho the whisky tax, provided the bonded ou "Oh, polah swlpo" my ceilings" selected a ruler for slaughter less objecyou've ruined awakening the people for miles around to the knowledge that wc are .ias. ii jitukaiiy tionable to any class of citizens than period 1b extended to eight years. OR COXGIlES "Dos'h I 'lowed! Some people's slow MaA small fire in tho to git tho style. Do native nhtis' nuis' selling goods at least 15 per cent, cheaper than our neighboring com jAS.WALKfcR GtVE.NS President Carnot. He was eminently For County m!Ke . . sonic Temple in Chicago alarmed tho fdmirt back for do G. H. COOPKR impoht. I'o petitors. clerk We have made a convincing argument to this elTcct by sellconservative and possessed the confiroof garden, nnd a dono wid yo'. I'll do no mo' wuk on dis ). 11. PAXTON Attorney ' as no man of late peoplo visiting the . T D. NEWLAND dence of the French Sheriff narrowly averted. htrvotl" And tho artist had mtido his ing shoes for $ that elsewhere cost Si. 25. suits of clothes for S3 that His murder has caused the dangerous panic wai E. D. KENNEDY years has. Astesor Tho Breckiurideo News tells of tho furuwoll tour. Cleveland Pluiii Dealer. elsewhere cost S5. This an argument which is bound to be convinc.. ..G. W. DEHOK1) wildest excitement and auarchism may ta,ler horrible doath of John B. Hunter of hying to those who investigate. own death blow. ptruck ly ball-roo- IfflKIYALED 1 ! sky-scrapi- . chi-sil- 1 have its 'I 'II i emart man, Senator Hill makes many bad breaks, besides proving daily that ho falsified when he gained some reputation by his remark "I am a democrat." He cot hot in the collar Friday while making a speech and showed his temper badly towards Senator Harris, of Tennessee, to whom he turned, after a remark by the and said fiercely: "I will not be ordered by you." I will have none of your plantation manners exhibited toward me." "Neither do I care for an exhibition of the manners of the slums of New York," retorted Mr. Harris, hotly, rising to his feet. "They are better than those of the plantations of Tennessee," said Mr. Hill. Senator Harris did not prolong the pueril, by a response and the New York continued to inveigh against the income tax. The unnecessary allusion to the manners of the South will drive from him, even the faw supporters Senator Hill has there and leave him with no friends save the rich men of New York. He has sinned away bis day of grace nnd henceforth he will be a deader cock in the pit than ever. For a Tenn-esseea- n, found a Lincoln county man erstwhile a stiong democrat who has had the scales of free trade knocked from his eyes nnd will hereafter vote for protection as pracThe tical hv tlm republican party. story bears upon its face tho odor of its own improbability, but giving the editor the benefit of the doubt we will waiter that whoever this strong democrat is be was never ono except for revenue, and having failed to get it in the shape of an office is soured with the world. The London Echo claims to have Critic would rather be stabbed to death with one of Logan's scintallant paragraphs than be crushed into an unrecognizable mass by the elephantine intellect that is now stalking through the Timer, editorial morass. Come back, Emmett." This is the way the Critic announces that Emraett Logan is off on a vacation, but it was hardly necessary to inform tho readers of the Times that he was not astrido the editorial tripod: "The i ? i ri i K IP I t It- - sold at auction in London for $2,000. Jonathan Godberry has been appointed postmaster at Ellisburg, Casey county. tim's life ou Culbereon is in the lead so far in the Gov. Tillman, of South Carolina, "out race for the Texas democratic gubernaof humor with Grover," makes the un- torial nomination. dignified remark that he "would like to The debt of New York City with a stick a pitch fork into his fat ribs." The population of less than 2,000,000, is more United States is now aillicted with more than $05,000,000. freaks in governor's positions thanatany Hiram Travis, a time in hor history. I'ennoyer, of Ore- young man, was sent up for four years gon, Waite, of Colorado, and so on, but for robbery at Franklin. the worst of all is Tillman. The Kentucky School of Medicine, at Louisville, has just turned out upon The Congressional race is to be run by Madison county men. The democrats a helpless world 200 doctors. Two hundred miners were buried and the republicans both got their canand now the prohibi- beneath the debris by an explosion in didates from there Ponty-Prid- d mines at Glamorgan, tions have named T. B. Demaree from the Wales. the same county as their standard bearer. Congressman Henry G. Turner was The convention was held at Harrodsburg, for congress bv the demoFriday, by a slim gathering of the faithcrats of the Eleventh Georgia congresful. sional district. The gubernatorial race seems to be George Goetschius, of Ottawa, O., made up with two entries, Gen. P. W, fell dead while returning home from the Hardin and Hon. C. M. Clay, Jr. It is marriage of his daughter, in which he alleged that the former is allied with took a prominent part. Senator Blackburn who hopes to succeed All the roads which enter Denver himself, but if he wants to be the next from Chicago have met the Santa Fe's governor of Kentucky he had better rato of 310.75 for the round trip, and the steer clear of all entangling alliances. rate war is on in earnest. William Whaley, who was hung in Col. BnECKiNiurxiK didn't call any the Ohio penitentiary Friday morning, names in his Monterev speech, but the had killed three men, and is said to have way he is said to have blistered Gen. utterances was a cau- been utterly devoid of conscience. Duke for his receut Gov. McOreary's bill appropriating tion. The general, it will bo remember;25,000 for improvements on the governed, said that he would stump the district ment building at Richmond, has been for Gen. McDowell, a republican, if favorably reported to the Houao. Breckinridge was nominated. J. P. Maddox, Mrs. LewiB Maddox Saturday to continue and her two children, while driving Franklin voted a dry town, by the overwhelming vote of across a railroad track near McIIenry, 309 to CD. Under the new law druggists were struck by a train nnd killed. Senator Call shocked the spectators can not sell liquors as heretofore and physicians have to prescribe it only when in the gallery Friday by removing his e they are willing to swear it is absolutely shoes and elevating a large pair of stockinged feet to a neighboring necessary. desk. Tiie striking coal miners of Alabama, It never rains but what it pours in and there is always a feast or a finding their places taken by new men, Kansas famine there, most generally the latter. are leaying in large numbers. In some At Wichita in 15 hours rain fell to the instances the operators are furnishing depth of 4. 7 inches, beating previous re- the miners transportation to Ohio and Kentuckian. cords nearly an inch. well-connect- Tiik arrest and trial of Uen. Kelley and his lieutenant by the Louisville authorities was a fraud and a farce and only served to give the leader of the hoboes greater notoriety and a better chance to blackmail the public. He lectured at will and took in many hundreds of dollars to aid him and his army of tramps and beccars to get a few days' march nearer their destination. They are now in camp near New Albany and Sunday were visited by a large crowd who contributed materially to their e$iequer. They deserve no sympathy im encouragement, but unfortunately they get both. A van of masked men took Ait. Gen. TArrmnHv from his hotel at Colorado Springs. Friday night, and after submitting him to many other indignities tarred and feathered him. They are said to have been friends of the deputy sheriffs, who it is alleged, Tarusney ordered the troops to fire on in the trouble with the striking miners, with whom he sympathized. As the adjutant was only acting under the instructions from Gov. Waite, they seem to have tarred the wrong man. If anybody in Colordo deserves such brutal treatment, the governor's the man. He is the cause of the whole trouble. The first woman sentenced to die by electricity in New York is Mies Liie Halliday, convicted of a most horrible murder of another woman. The date of her taking off is fixed for the week of Aue. fl, but the sentiment against putting women to death will no doubt prevent her execution, though she deserves death in its most hideous form for the cruel manner in which she tortured her vic- The salaries of judues of the supreme court were exempted from the operations of the income tax and on motion of Senator Hill, the salary of the president of the United States was likewise exempted. This favor from an unexpected quarter must please Mr. Cleveland-SurelMr. Hill had no selfish motives in the matter. He can never expect to draw the ;50,C00 a year paid to the chief executive. y feet elevated on a desk before him in the Senato is likely to make him famous, if not infamous. This odor was not like the attar of roses nor could it have been said of his feet that by any other name they would have smelled as well. Senator Call is a Florida exotic, who might have remained unhonoredand unknown, but for his exhibition of ill manners. Senator Call's exhibition of shoeles-- s Mrs. Josephine Hkniiy, the woman suffrage screecher, is out in a pamphlet in which she scores Judge Sauiley for his recent utterances against woman suffrage and the Husband and Wife bill, in an Among other address at Harrodsburg bright and witty things she says his pnine ought to be Softly. That ought to settle it. There is no overcoming such an argument as that. that on one occasion three tailors met and rpsolved that they were the people. History has repeated itself, for 10 populists met in Texas the other day and nominated a State ticket, evidently under the impression that they too are the people. NEWSY NOTES. It is stated Ten yellow calla lily plants recently sky-blu- Fussy Passenger Why doos your company insist that passengers must tickets before entering the train? LOUISVILLE, KV., June 21, 1854. Are thoy afraid that if wo pay money to you that you will steal it? Conductor (with dignity) Certainly T. D. RANEY, Manager, there. not. They aro afraid the train may run Five persons, a mother, three chil- off tho track before I can got around. Stanford, Ky. dren and one uncle, were run over by a Now York Weekly. Dear Sir; train near Beaver Dam, this State, and We advise Wnr.c on. instantly killed. They were all returnSquildig Poor Spndkins is disap- all our stores to close out every thing in Summer Goods and with to ing from church. pointed in marriage. f Near Magnolia, Ark., Henry Capue, McSwilligen How is that? Didn't inform vou esncciallv to close out reoardlcss of cost, as wc arc begin a negro who attempted to crimallv asMiss Hoy have as much money as he ning to buy Fall Goods for you which will soon be shipped. Hoping sault three young women, was swung to thought sho hnd? positive and that we a limb by a mob and about 100 bullets Squildig Yes, but she won't lot him that you will understand that our instructions arc once, mean the stock must at have any of it. Pittulmrg Chrouicllo, put into his body. Mrs. William Edwards, of Danville We are yours, 1'ipltlllllliK It, III., was burned to death whilo starting A. URUANbKY&CO. Customer Gimme, piece apple pie, her kitchen fire with kerosene. Tho quick. dwelling caught fire from her body and xWaiter Chicago or Boston? was also consumed. Customer What d'ye menu? Miss Emma McLean, a pretty school Waiter Ivuifo or fork? PhiladelWe arc glad to receive such instructions and will follow them to marm, has sued J. W. Morehead at Bow- phia Bccord. us the opportunity. the letter if you will come in and ling Green for $10,000 damages for saying she was too intimate with one of the The Big Four Route to Chicago anil St. patrons of her school. Louis. The Hit; KOL'K rout hat tbbtt itnsuaalU. An amendment providing that tho l: tr 11,4 enter Chicago on at Chicago income tax shall cease January 1$ ItKX), e'liliet the Illmett I antral truck aloa u mile nf the Luke thiouth was adopted by the Senate. Senator ul the Kraut, ami Undt Ih aott " picture.) "anmri-.e- t I" ' V""""-city, 1STZ. Nnv Central Station on 1 w.lfth StiiHtanJ Peffer'a amendment for a graduated in Lake Kicnt '1 hit tlatioa w convenient to the come tax waa defeated. Amlitorium, Richelieu, Victoria and I.elaad Ho twn Monitor he State ana Over 250 acres have been planted in tela nl A. URHANSKY & CO., 1'roprietoi Slret Cable I. m and the South Side iKinirsville and tho Kailwa). Convenient itoo ire alo wade tomatoes around Street aod I'ark, T. D. RANKY. Manager. plants are doing well. The canning fac at HrU Stieet station. Magnltic-H- t ctilbnltd Trust, Parlor Can tory promises to use all that will bo raist Warner Sleeping Cars I'ritate Compartment sleeping Car aud Sup rb lhnmg Can. No ed there anil more this season. across CiBciaeyti to nuke connection!. At St. Joseph. Mo, the Williams transfer ticket should rewl v.a the IIIO FOUR Your capitalized at IV Koutn to chj y thete mtUI(e. Sofal train Palace Car Company, Cincinnati and St. Louis, with 11 ace . gkiil, 000,000, will, it is announced, begin at Sleppinz Cat htwetn St Lnult and Route, construction of cars to compete 1. C.lathe IIIO FOLK be the ntCI FOUR onco the he elegant service tirei ml St l.ouii M cactllol by between Cincinnati with the Pullman and Wagner. ot new Night tram are compo-vni o othr line. Tho exports of gold during this week, cart throughout, coaihetof the latett Improved In ervtre for bleeping including f3,500,000 which goes out, pattern and Warner ttaiat haveCan Parlor and I 'rawthe tint time Pay nearly ;S,000,000, the ing Room Cart and e utte lining Cart and make a total of through Palace llurtet Merplng Cart between St largest sum shipped in any one week Lounaod Wahirjjt n 1) , m Cincinnati, in conand Cheapeake .V Ohio Rr since tho beginning of tho year. Dealers in nection with the lam ui"K K V" The Pining Woodford, of Niles, O, Car Service ctteDdt through from St I.ault to lull inloimation terariling rutet, Wcihiniflon ror received a package through mail con etc., apply to nturitt ticket pgeal, ur adtlreta I or K. U Martin, Ocn'l Pat and Ticket ot a six taining the decomposed body McCormick. Patt. Traflic Manager M t week's old infant. A card enclosed read; A Million Frlontu accept from a wayward girl." "Please Sc ot a friend indeed and A Whilo Reynolds' circus was showing than friend In need it found jut tuth a friend in one million hav New Dr. at Fairbault, Minn, a terrible storm CoughKing't Cold Ditcavery for Consumption, If you havcrcver uted thi and Goods and prices guaranteed and delivered promptly free of charge came up and the tent waa blown down. Kreat Cough Medicine, im trial will c Mvl. ou curatue txiwert seriously injured that it ha wonderfalChe land Lung in all di Twelve persons were botcalcic! the 'Iliroat, tle It guaranteed to do all that it claimed or nion whilo a score or more were badly hurt. rial bottle free at A. K cy win be refunded. Beverly Adams was convicted of the Penny 'dlii2tore Large hot'U-- a and Ji murder of Ott Campbell another negro, at Hopkinsville, and sentenced to death. ELECTION. It will be the fiwt execution in 12 years ORDER OF pecond in 20 that baa occurred and tlje Lincoln County Court Held June n, Ky. Hen A woman claiming to be the wife of W.i; V.unon, luiUe, Presiding Lancaster, formerly of Central City, A copy ot the judgment f the Lincoln Circuit J. J. of W II Ky., is being held at Greenville, Texas, Court in the cae W. K. Vatuon, Penny and other Judge of the I. In PlalntttT, at;aint Biispected of having poisoned Lancaster, colli County Court, upon a mouun lor a Writ ot ilar of Juae, 1891, teiv Mandamut. aon the who has a wife and children now at ed upon the deleaJant at judge aforetaid by hit accepting tame, the portion ol uid judgment awaruluvT he writ of mandamui, It in word and SUMMERMr. Hatch's bill to restrict dealing figure at followi, ttlwlt Lincoln Circuit Court options and futures on boards of trade in V II. Penny, and other, Pint. waa passed by the House by a vote of Judgment. vt expected that the W F. Varnon, ludgeol Lincoln) H9toS7. It is not Co. Court, fiifl. Senato will act upon the bill during this Thi caute wat tiibmitted by the partiet upon - AT h eir agreed itatemvtit bl the rjucttion in session. and ol the facia on file, and upon e alli.la. on the Joseph Lachuer is in jail in St. Louis 4 ton hie, andno'lee otmotion ol plaintiff for writ which motion wbi waived ol mandamui, for the murder of his wifd. Tho only br the defendant, and the court being adviied It wai th o adjudged that it witness tho prosecution has yet been 01 opinion, and defendaut at Judgewat the Lin. ot t.oal Hut vol the county court to order the election atked foie colli able to find is Lachuer's by plaintiffs in their petition to laid defendant, daughter, who is deaf, dumb and blind and that vlallltilfi arc eulitled to the rerordr therefore nought by their motion; their motion in one eye. tuttained, and the writ ol manrfamut 11 awardtd Judgo of tho Lincoln During a storm near Coffoyville, against W K Varnon, comn anded at the neat Court, by which he It Miss., two farmers, named respectively regular term of the Lincoln County Court to en by i.r unnn the order book of hitincourt an order di Jones and Harrison, wero struck and for the city reeling an election to be held lightning. The clothes were burned ol btauloru ami uirccunK inc oiicriua 01 Lincoln county to hold an election and open noli therefor from their bodies and tho flesh cooked at each of the voting placet in said city, for the purpose of taking the tenie ol the legal votert of on their bones. aid citv upon the proposition whether or not spir Whilo en route home Col. Breckin- ituous, vinout ur malt linuors shall be old, bar by reason tered or loaned therein Inasmuch ridge waH met at Hinton, W. Va., by 300 of the relutal of dclendantto make at, order at Is Keceiving His said w hen ilintill'i an. and lustily cheered. the recfiil.-i- term of tatdItcourt too laic admiring friends now 10 hold mid plication wat made, it An offensive banner, which read "Pro- election on the dat designated in tho plaintiff' On the aud day of June, i8ya. petition, tection to American Women," waa seized and at the aame teim enaoio tne tner to comply with ihn rrnuirementtof tho law. that the Mid by his friends and destroyed. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. be advertised by him at least were drowned just election should day ot election, trie defendant two About 21 persons la weeka lufore the In lor said election to outside of New York harbor by tho sink- commandedand his said order reasonably near the later day as fix another of a fishing tug in n heavy sea. There day asked for by plaintllls at will atroril amnio ing thereof required by time for tho advertisement A NICE LOT OE wero 75 persons on tho tug, nnd of these law And thi writ of mandamus liewlll in no wiso " In obedience to the having omi' to obey above fully set cut and command Jn but 5 have been accounted for, said writ at it appearing that the money to pay the expe rws that applibeen rescued by other vesssela. cants are by law required to pay has been paid Delegates representing the 5,000 coal into court. It isordertd that an election be held Stanford, Ky., on the miners of Indiana assembled in State In the city ol th the hourtof 7 A;th fay of 4 P. M and between iV M. A poll to bo opened at each of the voting convention at Terro Haute, formally places in said city for the pur, omi of taking tho the strikeSoff. A resolution waa sense of the legal voters of said city upon the not vinous or adopted demanding tho resignations of proportion whethirb or told, spirituous, or loaned bartered mall l.quors shall district officers who therein, the result of said election to be certified the National and to and returned as required by law In the election of county olUccrs. signed the Columbus agreement. The following officers are app luted to hold said "C. M. Clay, Jr., is dead sure to be election: Voting P'ocinct, No 1. I. M. Ilruce and U.K. nominated for governor," said a Wearen, Judges, W. II. Penny, clerk, J. D. Jones man to us at Frankfort, whose sheriff. Voting Precinct, No 1. A. (J Eastland judgment is No. 1. "I never miss,'' ho II. Engleman, judgei, J. R. Hales, sherill,and J. C. C. said. "I told Mr. Clay that he would be Carson, clctk. Voting rrecinct, .no. 3. j. 31. nail anil J. K beaten by Brown and I am equally posi- VanArsdalc, judges, Joseph Coffey, sheriff, Wm, Severance cierx. tive now that Clay will win." Paris GEO. H. COOPKH, Attest -pur-chas- drophobia. Tho story is a sickening ono and makes ns more afraid of dogs than ever. Mrs. Sarah Freely, who died in Belmont county, O., last week is said to have been 10S years old, and was never sick a day in her life till the ono on which she died. Saturday was the hottest day of tho season in tho East. Five deaths from heat and about 50 other prostrations wero the record of the day in Philadelphia. Edmund Crittendon, a grandson of Crittenden is under arrest at Frankfort for stealing money from letters. He is n clerk in tho post olllco ex-Go- v. Nn Doiilit. When the train inside its first stop nftvr leaving home, Mr. Siinpkins, who hnd been in a brown study for sevunil his oyi, whiuh hnd it iniiniW'8, nii.-e- d troubled look in t limn, and remarked, "My dear, nro you sure wo haven't forgotten anything?" "Of courso wo haven't," responded Is getting low but we are still supplying our customers with everytho good lady cheerfully. "I would thing in nice and new goods that the eastern market affords. Hut hnvo thought of it the minute the train they will not last much longer as the following received from the prohad Ftnrted." Detroit News-Tribune, Colli Comfort. o prietors of this establishment shows you. to-da- y bc-mov- -- gie LOUISVILLE : STORE, STAFFORD, Wj-bat- h Kle-vate- il Thirty-iiint- ti Twenty-tccon- Bf-le- Wa-h- 1 l M KI:NN'KY & HOOKER, Ex-May- or 11. .t., Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Tin- and Woodenware, Fruits, Candies, Vegetables, Cigars Tobacco. 1 t Pa-duc- TRUNKS, VALISES, STRAW HATS -- Neckwear & Underwear H. J. McROBERTS. contro-vert- I 1 five-year-ol- d 11 iSBtwfattttt ifigmfavj r it SPRING AND SUMMER -- GOODS. 11 1 Ju-l- de-clar- DOTS' CLOTHING At Half Price for Cash, To Close Out Stock. well-poste- d Clerk Lincoln Connty Court, j. K. VANARSDALE. jiia iZM1r mfi!(t!K. Wfr-,'s- ( "1 hJ . - yi- - fl5??-!"w'7''-! (Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal .Iuni: 2(i, 189-1 Danks, Danks, Danks, Danka, Banks." Liberal premiums anil good nccotn o 10 gallon. Stanford Ky., dations at tho Stanford Fair, July 20. nnd Walter A. Wood machine repairs at E. C. Walton, Business Manager greatly reduced prices. McKinney & I locker. MEANS 8U3INES8. For sale or rent, my houso on lower Main street, Stanford. W. G. 1!dy your school books nml school sup ' Danville. plies ol nil kinds nt A. It. Penny's. . . Watch m, clocks nml jowolry repaired And still xhoy coiiiu to their senses. antl wnrrnntoil. Knrnvinv n specialty, Hughes it Tato will also adopt tho cash A, It. Penny's. at Tim stock ol Urucs, Mpdich.ua, syctom. Next? Perfumery, Pnlnta nml Wall Paper Ht Isithotenoughforyou? Advocate. A. It. Penny's. Peucriptiom n ppecinl- ty. Ini-ge- Raney 'personal 'POINtsT Skk oue-bn- lf Mifh Nkm.iu HohTo.s wuntto Wilmorc, our elegant line of clothing for You Nkkd Watching. Come in nnd get one, wo can sell you any style of watch at a bargain. Danks, the jew A. Kico in eler. .. Mh, 0. H. Tatk is enjoyiuR an outing Gen. P. W. Hardin spoko at Lancas nt Hock Cnstlu Springs. teryesterday to a largo audience in tho Mhs. Hi'MK Ixhian, of Louisville, is interest of his candidacy for governor, visiting Mrs. 1M. Carter. and was warmly received. Mim. John Sam Owslky, Jh., left yes . terday to visit her parents nt Franklin. One more lot of sample slippers reHon. IIahvky Hki.m and Joe F. Wnl ceived, in white kid and canvass, black, tors are hunting squirrels down in Casey tan, red, gray, itc. Nice lino of patent Mies ltosK Jones has returned from leather pumps. H. F. Jones it Son. . North Middletown to speud thu vaca Mrs. Nannie W. Owknh writes that Hon. Mips Lkna Lackky went to Lexington there have been arrivals at Cumberland yesterday to visit her sister, Mrs. Win. Falls Hotel every day since tho opening and that 12 came in on the night of the Fields. Mh.Asiii.kt l.iLi.AHD Is nt liomu from L'lst. tho Virginia Military Institute, nt Ow ino to the wearing out of a boxing in tho incandescent dynamo, wo were I theStnuford Du. 0. A. Coxrepresentu lights for nearly two nights and church at thu Methodist Conference nt without until Supt. J. W. Havden had to go to Somerset. Cincinnati and replace it. IticiiAiinsoN, of Somerset) Miss A m Les-iugton. Saturday, Pahson J. N.Saumiurh went to LouIh villo, Saturday. Miss Mollis Dacoiikiity is visiting frii'tids in Ix)uiflviilo. Mini Ia.ak GiiiMks is vinitiiiK Mrs. T. men and boys; nlso new lino of pants at regular price. B. F. Jo'nes it Son. m machine oil 30 cents per are broken up by competition they will close up themselves. McKinney A Hocker. A Tho new Central Christian church W. II. Wkahkn & Co., will also adopt in Lexington will be dedicated Sunday, tho cash system July 1. Let the good July 8, with appropriate ceremonies. It work continue. is one of tho most mngnificent church The best picture of Gov. McCreary buildings in the South, being handsomely finished and equipped with nil the ever printed was that used by the rooms, etc. Interior Journal last Friday, necessary Snnday-sctioWhen we began business our motto was Cash but in order to help Richmond Register. Of course it was. President Charles L. Loos, of Kentucky University, will prench the dedicatory some of our friends through the hard times Tho I. J'b. artist is the best in the counwe extended to them sermon. try. small credits. VVc now propose on July 1st to renew our cash sys The meetings held by Mrs. Mary Craki Martin asks us to slate that we Phubo Smith at Neals creek have result. tem, we do not say that there is no one we wilt credit. All those wero in error in regard to his breaking od in 50 confessions, sauctificationa and to whom we are indebted can get any thing we have at Strictly Cash ,, , , up his grandmother's furniture. He ad- healingH. An enthusiastic brother writes rtriroc .,,IU if nn AnlAn a m.a. . nirt v. uniui. iu ujjtii mma..ma.m .....t- - oincrs it win dc uue at wuh .1. mits that ho used language unbecoming that he hopes "the fire will continue to any time we may demand the money and must be paid. We a gentleman, but did no damage to her burn as long as time lasts. The fire exproperty. tended to CoHey's school-housand reached some of them over there. God The families of Sherifl J. N. Menefeo grant that the Are may reach Stanford and Prospective Sheriff T. D. Newland and burn up tho pride and nlso reach To all who have patronized us and will do our best to serve them in are preparing to go into camp this many other places. If you want to be the future- - We will sec to it that no concern shall sell goods for less week at Hales' Well. Sam Menefee healed Ben I for Mrs. Smith who will go money than we do, nor better goods. Our motto shall be the nnd Dick Newland were putting up the any where to pray for you." tent yesterday. J. II. Uaughmnn bought a few crops Anotiibu warrant has been sworn out of now wheat in Garrard yesterday at in the caso of Isaac Shelby, Jr., and G. 45c. for shooting J. F. Moore and they We will close down thu mill about will bo tried by the county the 2Sth for repairs and those who have All our Summer Dress Goods are to be sold at a reduction. We judge of Boyle, instead of the police grinding will please bring it in at onco have more than wc want in Clothing, Shoes, Dress Goods, Laces, judge of Shelby City. J. 11. Baughman it Co. Trimmings, etc., and wc want to reduce our stock and must do it. So Freeman Beazlky, a half brother of come and sec us before you buy. To those who we have accommoNEW ADYEHTISKMENTS. Frauk Atkins, porter nt the Myers House, dated with credit, wc hope they loose no time in paying us promptly. died Saturday of consumption. Ho wn unusually intelligent and highly thought T. of by his white friends. Many of them The present Constable, it canilMate for showed him kindne&ses for which thb in tho Stanford precinct, tubject to the action of the democratic party. Election in November. family return thanks. LvnntCATiNO -Skmi-Wkkkly NEW START. r..v, uli-uuii- ol u e RETURN ." THANKS, Best Goods for the Least Possible Money. J. BENEDICT, THE HUGHES & TATE. lie aikiyour support. Fihk.- - Our reporter sends tho followi- ng- T London Manufacturing Co's buildup burned here Friday afternoon, havim: iMiight from a hot box belonging to the nne shaft in tho top of the building. The loss on machinery, bull dings and lumber waibetweon812,000and :1V 000. Insurance J5.000. There are about 200 people in tho county and here directly or indirectly on this company for subsistence. The plant will be re established as soon as possible. A Norfolk nnd Western car on tho private track loaded with lime was also destroyed. Wk have received from Mr. Farris R. Feland, of Ijiwrenceburg, a string of questions as long ns your arm as to what wo know about his town anyway. The interrogatories wero called forth by a harmless paragraph which Mr. Feland could pee no fun in, rather making light of Lawrenceburg'e effort to get a public building there. Mr. Feland makes invidious comparisons but as Manford is making no ellbrt to get what Lawrence, burg seeks she ought not to be brought into the fight. He savs one of the banks there has more deposits and discounts than both of ours, the postollico receipts have doubled in seven years, and that tho branch of internal revenue oilico there paid half a million into the treasury during tho last three months. We take it all hack, Bro. Feland, Lawrence-bur- g does need a public building almost as bad as tho man in Texas needed a pistol. OU1 CIBCU&AH Dear Sir: Stanford, Ky., June 20, 1S94. lick -- is visiting Misses Nannie Vandoveer nnd j Annie Halo. Ol it graps grown streets slrika tho tor most unfavorably. visi- I. T. Hlankinsiui has rentod the council make tlie lot owners remove that storu room of Mrs. Mary Mutheny's for a in front of their houses and order the work shop. chain gang to do the retf Mies JankToim) Watson, n Little Lex Thk utter stagnation that prevails here ington heauty, is vialtinj Misves Marv now was shown yesterday, when a ne. nnd Lizzie Held. cat rhh, caught in Dix Piior. W. (!. Lackky, of thu Ktixnbetli with a 1 Can't tho city town Itrnuch of Central University, arrived homo yesterday. Miis. Hi..sciik SmnvKV, of took the train litre yesterday, for to visit relatives. Misa Maiiy IH'Dson, who linn been vis iting Mlf-fMary and Katie lleazley, returned to Danville yesterday. Missks Kit ami Suit IIai'oiima.v returned yesterday from n pleasant vleit to Mies Deira Baiighman in Hoyle. Miis. S. C. Lackey, of Atlanta, who has been at tho point of death for several weeks of typhoid fever, is convalescing'. Mil. 1'n Cahteii left for Montrose, Col., yesterday with his son lluiiic, whom ho takes there with the hope of benetlling his health. Gait. G. II. McKinnky, accompanied by A. A. McKinnoy, Jr., has gone to Martinsville, Ind , to take the treatment for rheumatism. Mrs. S. K. Wuioiit was here a day or two getting subscribers for Sergeant K. Tarrant's History of Wolford's Cavalry and procured a largo number. Tim distillery of Trowbridge it AdauiB, over on Fishing creek, Jibs closed down and II. Hright Fetrill, the is spending his vacation with his mother here. , arrived from Abbo J. 11. MiLLi.it, ville, (5a., Friday, and after a uiontli'ii btay with his friend) hero will sail for the Falkland Islands, where ho will represent the lr. S ss consul. of Glasgow, Hon. C Y. of ngriculture, has been here several days in tho interest of an insurance company. The oilico of commissioner is now elective and he Is thinking of running for it next term. Mil. K. P. Owslky, cashier of the First National Hank of Columbus, Ga., came Ho says up with his family, Friday tunes are pretty hard down South, but his bank is doing .finely and will declare the'.usual dividend July 1. Mu. Casky M. Owslky brought Miss Susio Owsley, of Iturksville, totho train from Lancaster yesterday, where she had been visiting MisB F.llen Owsley, and took Mies Mary Robertson, of Klizabcthtnwn, back to visit the same young lady. Col. W. 0. Uiiadlky was hero Sunday on route to Piueville. Ho told us that if ho mentioned politics or saw n newspaper man while in Cincinnati, ho is unconscious of it, ami that he id A'illing to swear to tho best oi his knowledge and belief that ho knows whereof ho aflinns, J. M. Adams has received a permanent appointment hh mail clerk on K. 0. R. R. between Rowland and Richmond Wo are nt a salary of f 070 per annum. proud Mr. Adams has secured tho position but sorry to have him nnd Mrs Adams move away which they will do in n fuw weeks. Corhin Enterprise. Chahlks W. KiiKMBit, of New Albany, is getting to bo quite n musical composer. His latest, tho "Elks Grand March," dedicated to tho Now Albnuy lodgo, a a very clever composition. Mr. Kremer only indulges in musical inspiration during his sparo moments. Louisville I.ou-isvill- river, walking up street, attracted much attention as a band wn.'on. nB e, s Kntrirs to the bicycle races at tho fali are already coming in and everything points to tho fact that nil thu races will ho hotly contested. Somerset will send up a delegation of bicyclists some 25 strong. . Wk printed circulars tlifa been mailing the adoption for Severance it Son 1,000 week, which they have to tho trade, announcing of strictly cash business. A copy will be lound in our advertising columns. The weather has ben very warm, relieved sometimes, however, by cloudiness and a breexo. "Probably thunder storms to night or Tuesday, continued warmer," is what the weather service sent out yesterday. . Accokdim, to the astronomers Sum"church affairs? mer will begin next Thursday, at 0:01 a. m., and will last KS days, 1 hours and 24 Another holiness meeting will be minutes. Ami still wo huvo boon swelt- held at Wihnore.July 1011). ering for a mouth under tho impulsion Rider J. G. Livingston will preach that Summer had already come! at Preachersville next Friday night. Rev. S. M. Logan was too ill to Picnic Cook, Fish it Co., advertise preach Sunday and still continues quite n picnic nt Greenbriar Springs July 1th, at which there will bo base bull, bicycle Bick. Mrs. Julia Craig Dunn will sing a races, 'minstrel performances, dancing, itc. Dinner will bo prepared for 1,000 boIo at tho Christian Kndeavornext Sunpersons and a good time is promised nil day evening. A Swedenborgian congregation has who nttend. Perfect order will bo preby tho sheritr and his deputes. been formed in Louisville, which will served build a church at onco. Thirty-thre- e Tin: case of McNutt vs. George L. CarPresbyteries of the ter for balance on boom town notes, on Cumberland Presbyterian church voted trial when w e went, to press last, resulted in favor of ordaining women. in a huni: jury, after occupying the court Tho temperance White Caps are in several days. F. W. Davis, who sued full swing nt Middlotown, N. Y. Every A Ion zo Richards for false arrest was cast, utnn caught with n jag is whipped una verdict being given for defendant. One mercifully. witness told us that he attended court 10 Tho General Association of Kendays this term to testify in this case. In tucky Baptists is nrranging to buy n tent tho case of the Barren Fork Mining Co. for evangelistic work in the mountains vs. Crow it Co., Mr. O. J. Crow proved of Kentucky. to tho satisfaction of the jury that he Tho Christian Endeavor tried meetwas not responsible for ita coal debts. ing at 5, but it was too hot and hereafStanford continues to maintain her ter it will be held ot 7, the hour before reputation ns a Gretna Green. Mr. Thoe. church service. Tho largest and costliest organ in the Price, of Danville, nnd Miss S.illio RanU. S , if not in the world, has just been of Burgiu, are tho last to avail themey, selves of tho privilego of marrying here. presented to tho Grace Episcopal church Accompanied by Mr. G. W. Brady they at San Francisco by Edward F. Seorles. Row John G. Urling, colored, of came up Saturday night and nt 0 o'clock Lexington, was ordainod last week to the wero joined in the holy bonds by Rev. Episcopal ministry by tho Rt. Rev. T. A. V. Sizomore, and after remaining nt Bishop of this diocese. tho Myers House that night they left for A Catholic Young Women's AssoDanville Sunday morning. Both nro young, the groom perhaps is 21 nnd tho ciation has been formed in Brooklyn, N. Y which will bo modeled after tho exbride about the same. Objection on the of tho young woman isting Young Women's Christian part of the mother made the trip here necessary. Rev. George O. Barnes has been Mk. William Martin, at whose homo slowly making his way back from Florseveral persons including the writer have ida to his old stamping grounds in Kenbeen rusticating for a few days, lias n tucky. He is in Bowling Green nnd will small farm in tho poor farming sections conduct u meeting of several days. of Hale's Well that any person might feel The Rev. Dr. Richard Henderson proud of. It is splendidly improved with Rivers, ouo of the most prominent n pleasant dwelling, an excellent barn Methodist ministers in the South, diod in and other outbuildings. Thu place is all Louisville, Thursday. He was born Sepunder good fence and has a sprint; on it tember 11, 1S14, in Montgomery county, that within itself is n treasure. There Tenn., and began preaching at tho ago of of Mr. II. T. nro oyer GOO fruit trees of nearly every 10 years. He came to Truth. Hoianson-iu-iaLouisville in 1SG0, Harris, of this place. variety on the place and a vineyard con- and has held most of his charges there. taining over 300 vines. Besides, ho alThe temperance people of Haverhill, CITY AND VIRINITY. ways has nn excellent garden nnd his Mbbs., have succeeded in advanciug the crops are invariably tho Vest. Tho old cost of a saloon licenso to $2,000, and Stankohd Fair, July 10 nnd 20. gentleman is 07 years old but is as lively find that 20 saloons still hold tho fort. Trade with Danks, tho jeweler. and active as a cricket and is as proud of They now propose toopona large saloon, 9 For sale, eight good milk cows. G. A, his good looking young wife as you where the price of whisky will bo 5c and please. of beer 2c. When all the other saloons Peyton. 1 After mature and careful consideration, we have decided that it is best to the interest of ourselves and customers to adopt a With strictly CASH business, from July 1st, next. In doing thiswc do not say that those who sell on credit rob their Liberal Premiums, customers, nor do they charge them up with the bad debts, for we believe you will join us in saying we have sold good goods as cheap as Rich any one. You will naturally ask, what then is to be gained by our customers in our making this change? As a part only, the advanRings For All, tages will say, it will enable us to do business on muchofsmaller capital; then we will have no books to keep, which has required the conComes off on Thursday and Fri- stant work of one person. The interest on excess capital, as also on day, amount on our books and salary of makes a large sum, which we propose to give to our customers in lower prices. Wc assure you we appreciate the generous trade you have always given us and ask you to continue to trade with us under the new order of things, and wc believe you will find it to your interest to do so. Don't Tail to Sec tin; We intend to keep our stock fully up to what it has been heretofore and expect to add several new lines of goods, to make it the complct-es- t $150 stock to be found in our city. When we say our terms are cash; we mean by that we will keep no books, make no "tickets for a few days," but cash down when the $150 Stake for Mares and goods are sold. We intend to treat all alike; one price to all and that the lowest. You will always find that you can buy .100 cents worth of Geldings. good goods for every dollar you spend with us. $S to Nominate; $2. 50 to Enter. Thanking you for past favors, we are, Yours Truly. Close July 10, '94. Divided S100 to 1st, S35 to 2nd, S15 to 3rd. 8 Stanford .' Fair, Stakes, book-keepe- r, July 19 & 20. Saddle Stallion Stake. BJUlVIIimATO!!! & BOM. BICYCLE RACES. Three Races Each Day Including 5 and 10 Mile Handicaps. Iq BXfF I I Prices are knocked silly. Get your PRIVILEGES. The various privileges, includ-Dinining Amusements, Games. Room, Horse Feedin Check. room, &c, &c, will be let by scaled bids, the bids to be opened and decided upon July 9th, IS94. Write to the Secretary for further information, Entry Wanks, Catalogues. g WaCclies, ; Dlocte From- : and : Jewely. Wii-wiv- m DANKS', : The : Jeweler. Rocker Always Something New. J. S. OWJLEY, Pres. E. C. WALTON, Sec. My S4, S4.50, S5, $5.50, $6 and S9 Leather Hottom, Leather cover spring edge coucher, Parlor Suits. S3-5- Don't Fail to See ICE, ICE. dcll.ei rranuf.ictuteJ Ice Irom the Stanford Factory to cuttomcr. regularly every inorniun t the rate of FIFTY CUNTS PER HUNUKKI) I'OUND LOIS and over, nj I am now rc.icly Baby Carriages, $5 to $20, I have the most complete line of Bed-rooSuites ever handled in Stanford. Solid oak suites from Si 5 to $60. Walnut and natural cherry, book cases, hall trees, center tables, combination desks, sideboards, dining chairs, window shades, curtain poles, mattresses and springs, pictures. I am headquarters. The bottom has raveled out of prices. Picture frames made to order On Wardrobes you can count 25 or 35 per cent off of past prices. Large French Plate Mirrors so cheap that I will only sell one to a customer. My prices are no secret but they pay the freight. to nt 75c in smaller lots. 10 E 1UIE.MKK, Stanford. $100 Reward. I will give $100 reward lor thu nrreit and conviction of tho party or parties who bunted my smoke home and granary on the niht of June Assso-ciatio- n. 5, $9l 31 It. H. IlltON VUG1I, Crab Orchard, Ky. W. W. "WITHERS. POSTED. There personally appeared bclore me, justice of of the peaLU in and lor Lttuoln county, William Wright, Dr James Utile and Milton Reynolds, who sute on oath that they are the parties who valued the cow, an etray on the farm ol A. C. Dunn. The said cow is a speckle! roan, about 10 eareold;L ...... the Uuih ether .. tail oil; she she has , nu. r....u. .,i Will wcign auuiu 95U puuuus. iuty luiwicmuiv state that they regard her as worth eighteen dollars, I$i8 J Said cow came to A. C. Dunn'., April W. A COrFKY.J P I.. C. 3. 18.4. WALL nishes, &c. : PAPER Var- Well Selected, adds 25 per cent, to the beauty and finish of a home. My stock is sure to please you in w Fruit Trees For Sale ! DESIGN, QUALITY AND PRICE. A full stock cf Guaranteed Mastic Mixed Paints, Alabastine, m ready lor transplanting nto orchard and garden this Fall Ojcharila of Apples and Peachis will be assorted to suit cutomers at fio per hundred. The trees aro nice, the varieties the belt. F.very-thitt- B ueeded to makes home attractive and the children happy will bo found here. For circulars address J. A. McKEE & CO., Ky. Kingsville, 64 At our Fruit Farms and Nurseries one mi It) West of KinK'sville, Lincoln county. We have as fine a stock of Fruit Trees as any roan ever handled, ME A VOTJH REPAIRING DOXE Before Spring Cleaning. A. H. PENH?. Druggist. mmemmwmmxm " r- EL'-'- " JaS. .4.s :.. riiKiWe-- ' fc"' '"'" -- zniz 1 TESTS' TV,4!H .v3.fi--r . -- . jt.-wj 'gpi . " ft"vWWSi 4 Semi-Week- ly Interior Jourp AT SEEIN 'THINGS.' I Published Evory Tuoadny RfWhro not o nln't afcnnl uv snakes or toads or bucs worms or mice. and Friday An thine 'at girls tue skecrcd uv I think nwful nice. I'm pretty brave, IkxI, I or r IVORY Ladies, Your Attention, Please. My Stock of Millinery ery Is beirx rapidlv opened and it embraces ev.., thing pretty and styisli, l nave engeu is ulia StUt.of Cincinnati, to trim lor me 10 J. A. SHANNON, Is 2vXJLtJL1T2Xrtttt'?r I Two doors above l'ost-Oihc- o. l'recinct. Klection November next candidate for Constable In the Hustonville Always on hand G. , n ctatsdlilate $3 PKR VKiVUIX AUVANCK paid euc., nn yet I linto to bo to S.te I. SMILEY fttttc The Nobiest and Nicest Goods? IIus-Vitr.- lor ol ttse Peace In the l. Sa.50 will be charged OB 8 FAGrES. When nece.sary K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. renin iarc Rowiand at 7:00 a. ra., returning at jfao p. ra. L. & H. LOCAL TIME CARD. For when I'm turkeil up warm an snuR, an hen tny pr ers aro Miltl Mother tell m "Happy dream!" ntiil takes away the light An leaves me lylu all ntoae au'Ewin (hint;1 at MKS I'OKIK T COlHlS. dwwcntic party. Jllht. Linnietta Park Springs, Junction City Pcst-Offlc- e, I.. R. ADAMS, IsnwnaisVltefofJiHtUeofthe IVnce In the pM4Ht; subject te the actili of the party. dem-crvi- Can bo had In the market. Prices lower than the lowest Mourning ceod a specialty. Call and examine before buying MAUV D.VV1S DUnnEKAR. Stanford, Ky Mrs. Kate Dudderar, Manager COMMERCIAL 1II.OCK k TheDavis Verticil Sometimes they're In tho corner, sometimes the) 're by theiloor, in tho middle SoraetliBX Om)' nil uv tlw floor. down, bometimes Sometime they aro they're wnlltin rotmil So softly an to owupyllko thoy never make a MKtml. M Sswinir Machines - Sometimes thoy nre as blaok ns Ink, nn other times they're whit lint the color ain't no difference when you teo things ut night. 137 I'" Mail tram going Neith mpux South . 5 P when Hcfcwl Uxttress train " Seuth "3'1J Once 011 ourIstreet a feller 'at had Just moved North -9310 An father tut me up to bed without a bit to Cecal Trelght North J07P South- -. cat, carry passengers. Th latter train alo In dark an sow things ftandln Sol" I voketip row.tho The above iicalcultied on ttaadard lime. in a raster itaa it about o mmuiei at n cros eywl an p'lntln at mo coJ Oh, my! I was nj tkerol that tltuol ncwr & CRESCENT ROUTE. QUEEN slep' a wit! Itto almost nllmt when I'm bad I He things at City Golnz North train pm Junction night! Vestibule start 6 a. ra. Limited . u p. in Local 1:10 p. ra. Horlda Lucky thins 1 ain't n girl, or I'd bo skeercd to Limited 3 Si. a ra death! O. VeMibule 11 1S p. m. Florida South-- N Hoin I'mnlwy, I duck my head nn hold my Local 11.55 p. ni. 11:15a m Malted breath, Vestibule arrises S 40 P- m. An I am, oh, bo forry I'm a natishty boy, an then I promise to Iks better au I say my prayers . loi-loHluc-GraUluo-Gra- 50AP 3 nOYLXCOUNTV, KY. Z .PURE ,. -B ,1- cy'ai OOib1000 i w w Si - OPEN JUNE 1ST, 189.J. Thcl.innletlaTHnpsCo takes Wur i a4 th jhiMIc nmilicincto Its fdirvn tcmrt iiih) have it,., ikrv have Itiased this twtmUr of Cpl. tTiom- Placed the management it) cWjre Arc tht! bet breaute 'hey run HfMer and can do a K'eater variety efwotk than any other sewing HsacblNe. The Lndtos of Lincoln County khii' "iC TXC PROCTER & W p 4,. Li.t ull.a.A.a Stall -- . - -.- ptoTinnni iu,i.as llicnarcs, n m comfort t Its Ruests. tel tioli inuie pleamte nnd will b uad r the pe I he culinary uepartmsnt qutil-I.Lat.i'Mrs i .hati oftwMvHl Salll Richards. capacity to known in .hat ate .: w. R. Zimmep, DEALUK IN- Are cordially invltwl to call at the M Asaph Hotel and ciatninc the maihla, m well as saw McMURKAY 1IROS, pies f us woik Stantotd, Ky ij-t- t need . c imneui in this notice. MUSIC. lull 'fMivLstfhlnF Thoma - DE. W. B. PENNY DcnlitU. kiis h Office South bide Maid St.. In oAec recently lit. Lee P. IlaUaaa, Suaforl, Ky. FOR CLOTHES. GAMBLE CO, ClNTt, rectl t--i lhteUbe4ncmciv.ryeyiiliE hop every Krlday cvsssioc The gtad pwiC JJ tlllCV ItlBL iC. , 1 I V .UL...J ik ika is)a a i . VJT1 J.,,n UtJl lUiO) OC L1NNIK1 TA SPKtNGS CO , Prop , Higgins & Watts, .Dealers n Rkhai" . MasaKW 4Nt CRAB ORGHARD 13W-tIF-F-sW?!. . i Foreign and Do mestic Fruits, Candies, Nuts. Tobacco, Cigars. lor almost anything want'aTirst-class All Hinds Stanford, OU ARl of Coal, Ky. Gran'ma tells me that's tho only way to make it right thin When a feller has Ken wicked an at night! An eo. when other naughty boys would coax Notice of mc into tin, tempter's voice 'at urges I try to skuu-hth- c n en In! .f mM&MJUMSteMISfc ss lissehiioa cf SEASON0 OF U-e- fihsolofely I) Pure An w hen they's pie for mppor or cakes 'at' bis an nice I do not pn my.plato f'r them I want to-- htit things twice! No, rather let btarvalion wlic me Mowly out o' hlicht things on an Than I should keep nt night! Kuicene Field in Chicago Record. me ulthin. Cmh Orchard, Ivy. 1881 Hcndquartcrs j Respectfully Invited. I am just back from the Ities with a large and wHlsclcLted slockur Mll.l.l.NKKY, whuh I will Miss Laum Jarle, a susell cheoper than eer perior tilmmer trm Cincinnati, has engaged with ne and 1 can guairntre satlsfactlcu in every pai- iicuiar. van aau sec my kous. ;MlbS LICCIK 1IF.AZ1.KY, SUnford.Ky. By mutual consent the partner- ship heretofore existing between A. C. Sine and J. X. Mcncfccwill be dissolved on the first day of July, 1S94. A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of all in leavening AVrltliiK n Trlcgmm. Telograpli oiK'rators have their trials Latest United States as well as ticket agents and other telestrength. "Is this tho placo to bend Government Food Report. grams from?" demanded n woman the operator in an out of ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., breathlessly ofstation. "It is, ma'am, " town railway 100 Wall Street, Now York. replied the operator as he handed her tho pad of yellow blanks and pen and ink. "Just like lnine," said tho woman, comparing the blanks with crumpled F. B. RILEY.JProprletor, one she had in her hand. "Now, let me see. What day in tho Kentucky London, - month is it?" Hotel and am better ofll-cials. THE RILEY HOUSE l hare moved tc my new "Twelfth, ma'am." than ever to accommodate the public iood Luery attached and every convenience de-"All right. Now, lot mo pee. You .ired. ' may come tomorrow if it is just exactly FRASK R,LKY. as why, there are 10 words already, and John told mo I ought always to get &rSDi B Accounts due the firm and notes J Stanford, Ky. i that are past due and not paid by that time will be placed in the hands of an attorney for collection. In order to dispose of our stock 3D. S. CAHFE-NTEB.- , on hand we will make special low BTjaCST TOPS. old stand ol J. II. Green, in prices during the month of June. At the We desire to thank the public Hustonville, - - Kentucky. All kjRls of Carriage ad Uuccy Topi, Dashes o.- and lenders for their very liberal patronage a beautiful line of Has just received .. ri AND RECOVERED during the time we have been in Surreys, Phaetons, JBuggics, &c. REPAIRED Respectfully, business. Price Refreshing Bath, Hot or Cold, stI ami at SuWactory In Call and see his stock and ret his ptlees which TcthcPublu -i- nrelts discovery by Daniel llooue nearly n century or more ago the localitv the ot Crab Otciurd "priiiBS has health and pleasure stoker. With Its heallnc atmophere and home-lik- e waters, otonic at once affords to the eierwted and delihuted a Hppc and ."aniiariun.. The lclmty abound with scenes lochsim the Painter and mpi'e the Pre! , -- ylvan wlks lor tor Iifit. lor the wearv Iloiintr, Idlllard and DancihfC Hall for the lifiht hcartwl, (er the sportsmen. Especial atteu-tie- n and lluntmc is Klen to the cuisine Krem $i to $,5 per week r or Tern- - s mode rate further information, iiply m ,. GOi IlOKMANN, Ptor Crah Orchard, Ky M(.cf you want. When you meal for 25c, call on him. I.... ni.rr.d R ZIMMER wmm j&fazm c-r- !! well-know- -- !rLJ2z A Ln 1'irst-cUs- s """ SINE & 3IENEFEE, A. S. PRICE, jgggp JjjDL )wt!ey Budding ll Jou want a Hue set are lower than anybodys of harness, a whip or a duster Twine for saf' Hinder ,.,, JOHN II DcNARDI, Carruga Painter and Tnmmer, Staufonl Ky ilrll.h Cook & Hair Tiisb or Clean Shat, go to Funnor'o Burbor Shop, MV?Ty'2sw55 UssTlivf iiv?lafr1-vtJiVKkiLZZCtli&iS&Bi? r TPgXJ!iTTrnrsifcV. ' &&H!f-M6A "Trr I "tvvihe2 tti y H. EL Bronavigh., Hoga. llreeder and shipper of Thoroughbred Duroc Red Jersey Pigs from registered stock for tale, from the best licrds in Ohio and Illinois. Call and examine my herd or address R. 11. Hronaugh, Crab Orchard. .IK VOU ARE GOING WORTHTHE WEST, words. " "Yon might leavo out tho unimportant words," suggested tho operntor. "Why, it teems as if they wero nil just as necessary as they could lie, "said tho woman in an aggrieved tone. But nftnr related countings on her fingers and several seasons of meditation she at last reduced the xncssago to exactly 10 words, although, as sho said, it sounded real harh and unfriendly to her. Sho destroyed a considerable number of blanks during this process, but eyed tho last ono with evident satisfaction and approval. "And now I'd liko an envelope, if you please," sho said pleasantly to tho operator as sho begnti to fold up the blank. "What for?" inquired that long suffering person. "What fori" echoed tho woman. "Why, mino camo in an envelope. I'll pay a cent extra if you're not willing to throw it in for tho quarter." a message into 10 Office over M SURGEON Rabeiti Dra; Store Stanford; In tho n C?ojs"tb O'Brien Wagons AITS Tho Myers House, P. W GUKKN. Proprietor JAMES YKAGER. THOMAS VEAGER VEAGER & YEAGER, live?.?, Stanford, : : : n Kentucky. ..... :::: and mira mm, K.Y. I am stilt running this ........ Hotel and .. .1 i.t . 117. k.ni. .k.. imir.i aiicu itic .ii.... .viil vtilinuc li tun as well as the but, the msikct atiurds. Special Itatei to Commercial Men. STANFORD. firt- - class turnouts will leave our stable. lor rates. In our II ycu need livery give u a call. Nethirj but Sec us Canton Chil'd Plows. FARRIS & HARDIN. Stanford, pecial Attention to the 'Traveling Public. When you want a firtl-clais turnout come to ay LIVERY STABLE. Prices to suit tht hard tunes at the Myers House OQice Call or leave older HARNESS SHOP You will find a good assortment of Haincis, Ilri-dle- s, baddies, ,Vc. Have our repairing done by our man he understands his business. Wehaea meihanic in our BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will juarantw first claj work and satisfactory prices Tit our horse shoer. Acents for Dcennc Machines, the lightest draft machine on earth. Ky Farmers Bank&Trnst Co OKSTANrORl), KY.. I San Francisco. Portland. DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. The Drug-Stor- e now fully organiied and ready lor business wits Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - - $200,000. i'L 000 Youth's CompanioiL Louisviilc . A World's Fair Record. Nashville R. R. Js the line for you, at it Dorible Daily Trains connections at Make clcie LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKF.TS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information e jquire of JOES. HICK. Agent, Ky Stanford, nr W. A. McQUOWN, Trav. Pan. Atfent, Junction City, Ky Liberality. He had tho reputation of boing very near with his money, and u couple of ladies of his church, ono of whom knew him better than tho other, wero discuss-iuhim. , "I hear everybody saying, " remarked ono of them, who only knew him slightly, "that Mr. Squeeznm is so stingy, but I don't think ho is." "You don't know him very well, I g CHICAGO --VIA- Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your Drugs, School Supplies, - vf?xJ.?J15VJ'r WtwAH'Sra CilCASO Rl of all kinds, School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries Liquors for Medical Purposes. PULLMANSAND PAHLOE CAHS. ONLY LINE FROM LOl 1SVILLE The Best Goods for the Least Money. Call and see us. guoss. ' ' SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL UANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same assets and undst the unc management. Ily provisions of ill chatter, depositor arc as fully protKted as ate depositor in Natioaal Hanks, its shareholders being held Individually liaole to the estent ol the amount of their stock therrin at the par value thereol, in addition to th smount invested In such sharrs. ll may act as ciecutar, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as sn individual those who entrusted their huisiness to us white mnagmi; the Lincoln National Hank, ol heic tender our many thanks and Manford, truit they will continue to transact their business with us, offering as guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years eapcrioecc i banking and as liberal accommodations as are con. sistetit with sound banking. la (i Juan 11. Cattleman. A. G. Lanhara ROYAL nsurancG Company OF LIVERPOOL. "No, but from what he told mo himself I should think you wero not judg- RUNNING DINING - CARS. him quito fairly." ing WR11E TO "What did ho tell you?" ' "He told mo ho gavo a quarter of his E. 11. BACON. D P A.. K J.KEEI.G PA Chlcaje, III. LojisMile, Ky. earnings overy week to tho church and Denver. charity. A tenth is tho Scriptural re- St. Paul. quirement." Tho older woman sniffed at tho innocent guilelessncss of tho other. "Ho told you tho truth," sho said "Well, would you ask him to givo more than that?" "Do you know what a quarter of his (aruitigs amount to?" DR. S. C. HOCKER, Tne Druggist. GO TO- - J.J. NORFOLK AND W. H. HIGGINS, -- For Your- - amounts to what a quarter of any body olso's does to wit, 25 cents. Oominorca Building, Louisville That's tho kind of a quartor ho is talking about. Don't you see, stupid?" Agouti throughout the South. It took tho guileless ono a minuto probably to seo, and then sho thought ho W. '.. TRIBBLS, Local Agfont, was tho moanest man she had over talk ed to. Detroit Frco Press. STANFORD, KY. MANAGERS, 8ARBEE&0ASTLEMM "No." WESTERN RAILROAD. SOLD TO Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Hose, Rubber Hose, Cot-to- ii CikicTOHt: Williams, Ml. Vernon; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S.J. Kmbr) , Stnfrd; J 11. Owsley, Sianlsnl; Cash, Stanford, J William Gooch, Stanlord; A. W.JCarpenter.MllIcdesills, Ky W ll, Lummuis, 1'reachersvill It.'.Shauks, Presidcut, Dr.IJ Ml Owsley .JCashier, W. M Ihlght, Teller. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, "It Wire and Fly Iron Had Hose, Reels. &c, Poultry Netting, Screen windows made to order. Fans. Screen wire doors and KY. Capital Stock-Surplu- s .$200,000 21,300 TICKETS ALL POINTS: W. H. HIGGINS. a llredlein. A heedless young man who has not profited by tho blunders that his unguarded tongue has caused him to make Mr.J.C. Jones, of Fulton, Ark., eays of was introduced at a reception to an eldTEXAS, EK3KVa "About ton years ago I con erly and somewhat peculiar lady, whoso JK&SXUi tracted a 8ovoi'orasoof blood anWP WW MflWH.WMT SOtJTH-WEpoison. Leading physicians prescribed hobby is tho collecting of relics and MM Hniimini-iii""- i medicino, which I took tiquities of all kinds. rootlicino aftor conversation tho mercuFIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS After a few minutes' without any relief. I also tried AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. rial und potash remedies, with uusuc- - lady roso to depart, when young Mr. maimer: Heedless said in his airiest THE BEST ROUTE TO THE "I am so glad to have met yon, Miss J3 . I havo always been interested in curiosities nnd antiquities of overy lUtlMAH VESTIBULED COACHES, wwsful results, hut which brought on an and am glad to havo mot you on SLEEPING AND DINING CflRt attack of mercurial rheumatism thatg tort account. "Youth's Companion. that roatlo my lifo ono of agony. After THE SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER four years I gavo up all remedies New to Him. und commenced using S. B. S. After MRFQLlWESTERN RAILR0A1 taking several bottles, I was entirely Briggs I took a blind friend of mine CHEAPCST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. cured and able to reeumo work. to tho minstrel show the other night, for DescrlplU is tho greatest medicino for I knew he would enjoy it. Write for Il.tcs. Mar, y oa arapU'.ets, tc nuy htatlon Afcei.t, or tu blood poisoning Griggs How so? M. f. R60, ALICNMULL, W.D. DtVILL, tlio juarket." ' Briggs Well, ho can't read the fnn-n- y Wa'l " it. uuMki,v. .r'r ll. IM.. I inns, o. ton TreatUo on Hhmd anil Skin Diseases mailed iioauki,i. papers, can he? Brooklyn Life. tco, Svtut Si'tcirtu Co., Atlanta, Ga. lERCURIAL OHIO. INDIANA, ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA. COLORADO, ARKANSAS. CALIFORNIA, Sl IP 17 ..... 109 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN? Attention of the public is invited to the fac that this Is the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act depositor are secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders liability lor an amouut equal to the stock, so that depositors ol this Institution ate secured by a fund of $400,000. Five (worn statements of the condition of the bank are made each yeai to the United States government and itssssels are examined at stated tima by government agents, thus securing addititosa ana perfect safety to depositors. This institution, cnxinally established as th Deposit Hank of Stanford in i8j8, then lied as the National Hank ol Stanford in iSoj and again reorganised a the First National Hank ol Stanford in iSS, has had practically an uninterrupted existence of is ) cars. It Is better supplied now with facilities lor transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its Ions nd honorable career. Account of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully solic-teDirectory ol tMs Hank 11 composed ol Forestui Reid, Lincoln county ; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanlord; S.I1. DaughmanJLincoln; J. S. llocker. Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; I. 1). Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford. K. L. Taui.er, McKinnoy; M.J .Milter, Ml. Vernon J s. llocker, President; John J. McKobcrti, Cashier; A. A. McKitmey, Assistant Cashier. d. RHEUMATISM NORTH AND EAST. It nxsai thst tS. Qnn an I Trcuont Itnnt. Is l miles shortest-i . IlfrWwmi Ciwlnnu a. I I. xinju.ii) SJniles sli.rt.it rindnjili ! .iw its n: "..til! ,il rt.iil .. mu.iiJackiuns Urlt.ni; liuii.sLru.t ill., t leriJi. CmUDUill U Chituu'Jxr-'- . AtUuu, fcr Tht SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS to'wcenall.ftfceaWe polnti. Thrmifh Cars to Vltkilnresnl Fhrsv l..(nkli lm. " liieianall U hiwasdl aol kshSvlll. N C. Dirvct lin. t Tesa.on.I Jl.slci via New "rleans or I.. C.llf.rnU. Aik aa.nts l..u V, Wire. port. Ijwrene.t.nm.dlp'st ioun.eUim is msJo at Liav.o hn.lkrvllL X.UlolsttrijuU all imuiIs B.mtu. with p msniKSON, Gtn'l Pau'r Acmt, ClaclaoaU, 0. an-- suf-criu- ft'-tJ- Time-Talilc- s, a&339 to-da- T''"' - k QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. ye.S iV.-.- l n- - , .k. V!3hv.,jran a.r "ffc"lL'v. T'fr-y-'''r-,':'''-- ' r--